American LaFrance recevies National Certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise
American LaFrance, LLC, has received national certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise by the Greater Women’s Business Council, a regional certifying partner of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).
By including women-owned businesses among their vendors, corporations, and government agencies demonstrate their commitment to fostering diversity and the continued development of their supplier/vendor diversity programs.
For more information contact American LaFrance, 888-253-8725.
E-ONE introduces eMAX
E-ONE announces the launch of eMAX, its latest apparatus innovation. With a new pump location and maximized configuration, eMAX is designed to offer MAXimum Maneuverability with a short wheelbase, MAXimum Storage space with up to 586 cubic feet of storage, MAXimum Accessibility with low, pre-connected handlines and a rear access ladder, MAXimum Fire Rescue capability to carry equipment necessary for fire, rescue and EMS response in one organized apparatus. All these features combined allow departments to MAXimize their Performance with the new eMAX by E-ONE.
For more information on eMAX by E-ONE or to find an E-ONE dealer near you, visit www.E-ONE.com.
Foxfire offers products in multiple illuminating colors
MN8 Products, a leading developer and distributor of high performance glow-in-the-dark products for the fire safety industry, introduces color technology to its Foxfire® product line, with the launch of its photoluminescent grip wrap in multiple daytime and “glow” colors.
“The ability to have multiple colors in both the light and dark is one of the most significant developments in the photoluminescent field,” said Zachary Green, president of MN8 Products. “This capability provides considerable value to firefighters by allowing them to differentiate between tools; crews; roles and responsibilities; and identify primary versus secondary searched sectors.”
For more information visit www.mn8products.com.
Telemedicine Information Service for EMS Pre-Hospital Organizations
General Devices has inaugurated a live, on-line and telephone service designed to answer questions from progressive EMS professionals about pre-hospital EMS (Mobile) Telemedicine. The free service, which General Devices calls its “Go-2-Guys” EMS Telemedicine program, is designed to help those EMS organizations that are thinking about employing telemedicine in their ambulances. The program is said to provide expert, objective technical and operational information covering all aspects of mobile telemedicine.
Telemedicine is a cutting edge and sometimes controversial technology. Is it for everyone? What will it cost? How will medics respond to it? What are its principal uses and benefits? Bashford says that these are typical questions now being asked of the General Devices’ team who will be available through the Go-2-Guys program.
Go-2-Guys are reachable at 201-313-7075. Visit www.general-devices.com for more information and application form.